The New Federalization Movement and the Roberts Court

12 Pages Posted: 21 Jul 2011  

Renee M. Landers

Suffolk University Law School

Date Written: July 20, 2011

Abstract

Based on remarks prepared for a panel discussion, “Does the Roberts Court Represent a New Jurisprudential Era?,” as part of the Suffolk Law Donahue Lecture series, this essay contrasts the federalization movements in the late twentieth century initiated by Congress with early twenty-first century movements pursued by federal regulatory agencies. The essay argues that the more recent federalization efforts seek exclusive federal jurisdiction in certain regulatory areas which will serve to alter the cooperative federalism — with overlapping federal and state jurisdiction — that emerged from the late twentieth century movement.

Suggested Citation

Landers, Renee M., The New Federalization Movement and the Roberts Court (July 20, 2011). Suffolk University Law Review, Vol. 42, p. 77, 2008; Suffolk University Law School Research Paper. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1890821

Renee M. Landers (Contact Author)

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United States

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